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Don’t Miss Your Chance to Win $10,000 Worth of Free Stuff!

Digital Journal‘s Summer 2005 Contest is now closed. Thank you to all those that participated in the draw for more than $10,000 worth of prizes! The winners will be contacted by phone and/or email and names will be printed in the Fall 2005 issue of Digital Journal magazine. Pick up a copy of Digital Journal magazine for more chances to win fantastic prizes!


Digital Journal —
Brace yourself for the ultimate contest! Digital Journal is giving away more than $10,000 worth of prizes!

It’s this summer’s biggest and best giveaway — and you’ll only find it here! Digital Journal magazine is offering you the latest technology from around the world.

Sponsored by industry-leading companies like Fujifilm, Totem, Kreisen, Epson, LaCie, Adobe, Kyocera and Digital Journal magazine, these top-of-the-line products can be yours!




GRAND PRIZES:
  • Fuji S3 Pro digital camera, complete with flash and lens! (approx. value: $4,000).
  • Hawk speakers from Totem Acoustic (approx. value: $2,995).
  • 32-inch LCD Television (HDTV ready) from Kreisen (approx. value: $1,750).
  • 3 people will be awarded a copy of Adobe Photoshop CS2 (approx. value: $720 each).
  • Epson PictureMate Deluxe printer (approx. value: $320).
  • LaCie Safe Mobile Hard Drive with fingerprint security (approx. value: $299).
  • Kyocera K440 cell phone (approx. value $229).
  • 3 people will be awarded a 1-year subscription to Digital Journal magazine!
    *All prices are in Canadian funds.

    How to win: Cut out page 13 of Digital Journal‘s Summer 2005 issue, or print this entry form. The form must be completed and mailed back to Digital Journal magazine (address noted below) by midnight (EST), October 07, 2005. All completed entry forms will be entered into a random draw to win one of the prizes listed above. Prizes will be awarded in the order they appear above. Winner will be contacted by phone and/or email. Full contest details below.


      Mail your completed entry form to:
      Digital Journal Magazine
      ATTN: Summer 2005 Contest
      31 Adelaide St. East
      P.O. Box 1046
      Toronto, Ontario, Canada
      M5C 2K4

    FULL CONTEST RULES AND REGULATIONS:
  • Contest open to legal residents of both Canada and the United States.
  • This contest is open to all persons who are, as of the date of entry, at least 18 years of age. By submitting an entry form, your name will not be added to any mailing lists. See Privacy Policy below for more information.
  • Only one entry per person.
  • Cut out page 13 of Digital Journal‘s Summer 2005 issue, or print this entry form. The form must be completed and mailed back to Digital Journal magazine (address noted below) by midnight (EST), October 07, 2005. All completed entry forms will be entered into a random draw to win one of the prizes listed above.
  • In order to be declared a winner the selected entrant must correctly answer, unaided, a time-limited mathematical skill-testing question to be administered at a mutually convenient time over the telephone. There will be only one opportunity to answer the mathematical skill-testing question. An eligible entrant who provides an incorrect answer will no longer be eligible, and another entrant will be randomly drawn until all prizes have been awarded.
  • Employees, officers and directors of Digital Journal Inc., Fuji Photo Film Canada Inc., Totem Acoustic, Encross Enterprise (Kreisen), Adobe Systems Inc., Epson Canada, Ltd., LaCie Peripherals Inc. and Kyocera Mita Corp., and their respective parent entities, affiliates and subsidiaries, advertising, promotion and fulfillment agencies, legal advisors, webmasters and web suppliers, and the immediate family members (mother, father, brother, sister, daughter, son, or spouse, regardless of where they live) and persons living in the same household of such persons (whether or not related), are not eligible to participate in this contest.
  • By participating in this contest, each applicant grants Digital Journal Inc.,, the right to reproduce and/or use the winner’s name, likeness, picture, portrait, biographical information and/or written submissions and written or oral statements, for advertising and promotional purposes without consent of the winner and without additional compensation.
  • The winners will be announced in the Fall 2005 issue of Digital Journal magazine. Digital Journal will ship prizes to their respective winners.
  • Prizes are not exchangeable for cash.
  • No purchase necessary.
  • Odds of winning depend on number of entries received.
  • Digital Journal will not confirm receipt of contest entries.
  • The winner will be contacted by phone and/or email.
  • By participating you agree to these Official Rules and Regulations which are final and binding in all matters relating to this contest.
  • Any disregard to, or disobedience, of the above rules will result in an immediate disqualification and another random draw will take place to select a new winner.

    PRIVACY POLICY:
    Digital Journal will maintain the strict privacy of individuals who submit personal information. For more information, read our privacy policy (a link can be found at the bottom of this page).



    PREVIOUS CONTEST WINNER:

    Congratulations to Sean Gibson (left) of Toronto, winner of Digital Journal‘s Spring 2005 contest. Digital Journal‘s Editor-in-Chief, Christopher Hogg (right), presents Gibson with a brand new Sony HDR-FX1, a $5,000 high-definition camcorder. Check out each issue of Digital Journal magazine for your chance to win fantastic prizes!

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